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Adult Addiction Rehab

Our holistic rehab programs for men and women have a long history of healing the minds, bodies, and spirits of adults struggling with addiction, behavioral health, and co-occurring disorders.

Inpatient Addiction Rehab for Adults
Dealing with family, career, and social pressures is tough enough; adding addiction and other behavioral health issues into the mix can make life feel impossible. We're here to help. Our addiction rehab programs for adults focus on healing individual issues to help you recover. Our team looks at who you are as an individual and how that relates to the roles you play and hats you wear (professional, parent, spouse, adult child); we strive to meet you where you are in life by tailoring treatment specific to you. We treat all physical and psychological conditions simultaneously, which is essential for lasting transformation. We combine evidence-based therapies with 12-Step principles that address all aspects of optimal wellness. We will work with you and your family to develop a plan that meets your unique goals. The length of your treatment and the specialized services you receive will be individualized to you based on those treatment goals.
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Expert and Individualized Care

During your treatment experience at any Caron location, you can expect a customized plan implemented by an expert clinical team, who are top professionals in their field.

Your treatment team will be made up of dedicated professionals from various disciplines such as:

  • psychology
  • addiction counseling
  • behavioral health
  • medicine
  • nutrition
  • health and wellness
  • spirituality

The team will talk extensively with the patient and their family and perform several different evaluations, then design an individual detox and treatment plan based on substance abuse history, and other factors, including any co-occurring addictions, disorders, or other problems. They collaborate daily to ensure that every man and woman is progressing as they should in treatment.

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Meet Our Staff
Marty Ferrero Sr. Clinical Director of Treatment Services, Caron Pennsylvania
Robert Johnson Clinical Director at Caron Renaissance
Kate Appleman Clinical Director of Primary Care Men's Treatment & Clinical Coordinator of Caron's Professionals Program

The Components of our Treatment Program
Pennsylvania

As a world-class integrated behavioral health treatment center, Caron provides an innovative phase system of treatment in Pennsylvania that is driven by an individual achieving identified treatment goals, resulting in a variable length of stay. We believe that no two patients are the same. Their circumstances for entering treatment are a result of varying factors, therefore patients will progress in treatment at varying rates.

While each person's treatment program is different based on their specific needs, every program is made up of these basic elements:

  • Individual, group, and family programming and/or treatment
  • Educational lectures
  • Holistic approach to treatment that includes recreation, wellness and nutrition
  • Therapeutic activities, including physical activity and creative work (music, art, equine therapy)
  • Evidenced based approaches and 12-step facilitation to manage and reduce barriers to sustained recovery
  • Individualized aftercare planning to support the ongoing journey of recovery

Get an idea of a typical day in treatment.

Your activities and length of treatment will be customized for you. But the goal is always the same - developing a plan that will help you achieve and sustain recovery.

Phase 1:

The purpose of Phase 1 is to focus on stabilizing you and beginning the process of identifying and managing your medical and psychological symptoms. Treatment and recovery goals for this phase may include:

  • Assessment and identification of
    • Medical conditions
    • Mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, trauma and eating disorders
    • Psychological, personality, and neurocognitive testing
    • Addiction Interaction Disorders/process addictions, which could include not only addiction to drugs and alcohol, but also gambling, sex and love, disordered eating, work and the internet/gaming
    • Wellness and nutritional needs
    • Spiritual care needs including obstacles, background, and preferences
  • Participation in:
    • 12-Step meetings, both on and off-campus to provide social support that will help maintain long-term sobriety
    • Family Education programming to gain an understanding of addiction, coping skills, healthy boundaries, and participation in the healing process
    • Specialty programming to address specific needs related to such issues as, grief and loss, LGBTQ, trauma, body image, anger, and chronic pain

As treatment progresses, and as you are better equipped to adjust to a higher level of personal responsibility and independence, you will be ready to move into Phase 2.

Phase 2:

After you have achieved your established Phase 1 goals, your treatment team may recommend you transition to Phase 2. In this phase, the focus will be on addressing the underlying issues that play a role in your addiction and barriers to your successful and sustained recovery. Clinical milestones to achieve during this phase include the development of coping skills to address:

  • Co-occurring, behavioral health, and addiction interaction disorders
  • Family of origin and attachment styles you may have developed through childhood as a form of "self-protection" from the dynamics within your family
  • Personality traits that could positively support or hinder your recovery efforts
  • Underlying behavioral health concerns, such as co-occurring disorders, depression, anxiety, and PTSD which create barriers to your sustained health
  • Spiritual needs identified in phase 1 will be addressed using a practical, deeper, and more focused approach

These skills will be developed through:

  • Extended family programming and education
  • 12-Step work via a temporary sponsor and increased off-campus meeting attendance
  • Therapeutic passes home to identify high risk situations and relapse risk
  • Aftercare planning, which includes looking at and continuing to address medical, addiction and behavioral health components
  • Spiritual practices including morning and evening meditation and/or prayer, reading, journaling, study, and spiritual direction
  • Continued individualized specialty programming to further explore and address specific needs (i.e. Trauma, Opioid, Parenting, Adoption, Integrated Neurofeedback)

The Components of our Treatment Program
Florida

As part of our integrated behavioral healthcare approach to treatment, Caron's Renaissance facility in Florida provides a unique longer-term care model. For some, this approach is most effective. This model combines treatment, support, and an independent living experience with options to engage in therapeutic vocational programs and services, as well as collegiate recovery services.

The longer-term model allows us to use cutting-edge treatment methods that address the many emotional, behavioral, and psychological components of addiction and co-occurring psychiatric disorders. The longer-term treatment promotes an atmosphere of growth that addresses all forms of addictive behaviors and thinking, such as over or undervaluing themselves and others, entitlement, and feeling others are responsible for their behavior, while teaching patients how to develop and maintain healthy relationships with others.

While Caron's treatment philosophy centers around the fact that each person's treatment program is based on their specific needs, each patient at Caron Renaissance will work with a multi-disciplinary team. The team effectively addresses all co-occurring disorders along the obsessive-compulsive spectrum, clinically assessing each patient and then gradually challenging them to work outside their comfort zone, all within the safety of the treatment team and peer support. This works to create an environment that:

  • Promotes maturity and success for patients
  • Fosters healthy peer interaction
  • Challenges addictive behavior and thinking
  • Allows patients to self-identify self-destructive behaviors in an atmosphere of support and concern

The goals of treatment at Caron Renaissance are to:

  • Provide patients with a roadmap to recovery
  • Engage patients in identifying the core issues that are holding them back from being successful in life
  • Develop an outlook that is "interdependent" - consisting of honest and realistic views of their self-worth, accepting responsibility for their behaviors and developing strong personal integrity
  • Create a healthy family system

The treatment structure and schedule at Caron Renaissance is comprehensive, intense, and well-coordinated. As patients progress in treatment and achieve milestones, their schedule shifts away from intensive treatment activities and transitions towards experiencing real-life responsibilities in off-campus settings and as part of the surrounding communities. This transition, while still a part of supervised treatment, is integral in preparing patients to return to society as productive contributors. During this transition, patients may:

  • Enter a vocational program in which they are assisted in finding jobs
  • Work in-house educational consultants to pursue the possibility of enrolling in or returning to college
  • Work toward earning a high school degree or GED

By treating the whole person – body, mind and spirit – we help adults reclaim their lives. Armed with new coping skills, the ongoing support of their peers, and improved self-esteem, patients are prepared to embrace healthy, fulfilling lives.

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